Significant Natural Areas (SNAs): How NZ Cities Are Implementing Agenda 21 and the American Wildlands Project

The SNAs is a topic currently of great concern I’m noticing on social media. Read & learn if you’ve not heard of it. I saved a link to an online map of Northland recently, indicating proposed SNAs there. It is land grabbing under the guise of biodiversity (UN Agenda 21/30, that topic everyone’s been calling conspiracy for years). The header image is of proposed SNAs in Northland. This article however focuses more upon cities and what is planned. For deeper insights into Agenda 21/30 read Rosa Koire’s Behind the Green Mask, it is available online. Visit our Agenda 21/30 pages at the main menu. EWR
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From stovouno.org

The American Wildlands Project, now termed the Wildlands Network, proposes the designation of 50% of the United States as core wilderness areas with little or no human use, connected by corridors of little or no human use, and surrounded by buffer zones of highly regulated use.  Exposure of the Wildlands Project was responsible for the United States not ratifying the UN’s Convention on Biological Diversity in 1994.

The Wildlands project is associated with Agenda 21, which New Zealand endorsed at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, and which is the text for the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, and ongoing programmes which support these policies.

Wellington and other New Zealand cities are implementing an urban version of the Wildlands Project.

In September of this year, suburban homeowners in Wellington were startled to receive notification that a smaller or greater part of their suburban property was to be incorporated into something called ‘Significant Natural Areas’ (SNAs) or ‘Backyard Taonga’.  This clearly has implication for property rights and values, however this was glossed over in the accompanying letter.

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